Take a trip up Mount Tibidabo and enjoy panoramic views of Barcelona. There's lots to see and do on this mountain too. At the summit, you'll find the magical Sagrat Cor church and below it, the thrilling Tibidabo Amusement Park. You can hike the mountain or take the Tibidabo Funicular.
Park Guell is another masterpiece by Antoni Gaudi. This public park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with other works by the architect, including parts of the Sagrada Familia. Stroll the garden with magical buildings torn straight from a fairy tale, wander the picturesque mosaic fountain and discover Doric columns and hidden gems.
Designed by the influential architect, Antoni Gaudi, the Sagrada Familia is a monumental basilica that blends Gothic and Art Nouveau styles. It's the must-see attraction of Barcelona and it's technically unfinished, which speaks highly of its beauty. With rich, decorative spires and ornate, sculpted facades, the Sagrada Familia is unlike any other building in the world.
You'll find lots of beaches in Barcelona, but only one Barceloneta Beach. It's perhaps the finest and closest beach in the city. Take a stroll along the crescent of soft golden sand and relax in the sun. Go for a swim in the turquoise sea or try an activity like windsurfing.
The Picasso Museum is home to one of the largest collections of art by Pablo Picasso. Walk the museum and explore over 4,000 works by the world-famous painter. Discover family portraits, landscape paintings and Cubist artworks. Be sure to see Picasso's personal interpretation of Velazquez's Las Meninas, too.